‘Spider-Man:Homecoming’ Shows Vulture’s Rise In The Crime World!
Spider-Man: Homecoming is the next superhero film on the list to be released this year. The film promises to expand on what fans saw in Civil War, as far as Spider-Man goes, anyway. The webslinger will have his hands full with the Vulture, a timeless villain from the franchise.
Michael Keaton will take on this role, and this time around, we’ll get to see the villain himself rise through the ranks of the criminal underworld! EP Jeremy Latchem recently elaborated on Keaton’s character in a Disney Channel Featurette. Check out his thoughts below!
The Vulture’s realizing there’s this black market in trading MCU relics that he can sell this stuff on. We’re going to see that guy’s rise in this criminal underworld.
No better material to build dangerous weapons than with Stark tech! The stuff has got to be worth some cash, too. Who wouldn’t want Iron Man’s helmet?
Director John Watts also put his thoughts in on the Vulture’s hobby of “re purposing” Avenger tech.
The idea that there’s detritus from all the other movies that had settled and that’s hidden and that’s out there, the Vulture, he was just sort of an engineer who built this wing suit to try and collect that stuff and do something with it.
The suit has been shown in a number of trailers, but who knows how many more secrets it holds?
Are you looking forward to seeing the Vulture and his suit in action? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Screen Rant
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